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slang A student or employee who absents themself from school or work without permission; a truant. Primarily heard in UK, Australia, New Zealand. Police officers brought the two waggers back to school to face their headmaster. The politician admitted to being a habitual wagger during her time in secondary school.
1. In fantasy stories, a belittling term for a magic user, such as a wizard or witch. A wand waver like you is no match for the Evil Lord Grax and his army of orcs! I'd trust my blade over the tricks of some wand waver any day.
2. A performer who uses illusions as a part of their routine; a magician. I know some people sneer at me as little more than a wand waver, but I've had a real passion for magic ever since I was a kid. No, this guy wasn't your run-of-the-mill wand waver. He was making some truly impossible-looking things happen on stage!
3. rude slang A male exhibitionist who exposes his genitals to other people in public; a flasher. (In this usage, "wand" is slang for "penis.") I heard that one of the teachers was arrested for being a wand waver. A: "You be careful when you're up in New York City, you hear? The place is crawling with junkies and wand wavers!" B: "Chill out, Mom. You've been watching too much TV."
rude slang A male exhibitionist who exposes his genitals to other people in public; a flasher. I heard that one of the teachers was arrested for being a weenie wagger. A: "You be careful when you're up in New York City, you hear? The place is crawling with junkies and weenie waggers!" B: "Chill out, Mom. You've been watching too much TV."
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wand waverand wagger
an exhibitionist. The cops picked up a wand waver on Main Street.
See wand waver
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